Hope you're feeling a bit better Bookie.I change my toothbrush head after a cold as well as every 3 months. It's an expensive habit.
GFB - your boy's band have a lovely vibe - our son is also a drummer - I can tell by the 2 drumkits in my loft! He mainly sings & plays guitar nowadays in folky type places in Oxford - luckily he gave up the heavy metal rock star wannabe dream (sort of) after he failed his first year at uni, and now plays pretty much as a hobby.
We seem to attract musicians in this family, because my daughter was going out with the bloke second from right in this band for a year or so, until she dumped him at christmas
I mean, for criying out loud, I work all day and then teach classical guitar as an evening/weekend second job. Don't these kids ever learn?
Morning all, tea and toast is served.
Yay for musical mundanies and talented offspring! In mundany news today, I have decided to be on good terms with February.
Morning. Ta DS
GFB that video's brilliant, I love it.Bookie are you okay? Please take it easy this weekend, or I may have to parcel up a couple of my stern stares and post them northwards.A whole, fabulously free weekend ahead. Being an antisocial plop is just lovely sometimes, isn't it? I may snoozle later with a book over my nose. It's been a bit stressful what with Blouse's job stuff going on, but decisions made and he's left the place he was working. He starts a new contract job on Tuesday, gets Monday off. His leaving present was a photo of one of the old listed buildings he worked on, with a heartwarming message about how he helped to wreck the place He'll miss the people as they were a nice bunch, but hey ho. Onwards and fingers crossed.
Sorry I killed the thread. Am I forgiven if I put this on the table?
Must be an exciting day in Mundane-land.
I spent the day charging my old Focus's battery, but it didn't charge.
We have had a busy day. Fitting for D's suit, which needs a fair portion of editing. Also bought him a shirt which is being taken in a bit. His shirt cost more than my entire outfit. I bought another pair of stockings and a jacket today.
Cheese is good. Half a can of baked beans for tea though.
I'd forgive you anything, Hash, if you put that on my table - for real.
Wow, cheese!I have nothing to report. We tried to buy Mini a bike for her birthday but it was out of stock and she is particularly mini so we think we'll leave it till next year.
Real forgiveness is good LR
Twinings poured, a loaf of granary rattling round the breadmaker. Happy Sunday mundaneland
That's some cheese mountain Hash!
Exhausting day yesterday helping my sister move house - everything hurts today! I don't suppose anyone knows where I can get a cheap fridge from?
Afternoon. I is sore now, have r*nned. Not much else to report, just a dreary mundane Sunday.
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